Unraveling Tarentula Cubensis

Unraveling Tarentula Cubensis Before we explore the materia medica of Tarentula Cubensis, let’s know some interesting facts about this Cuban Tarantula. Tarantula C. is native to Cuba and is found primarily in its coastal regions, inhabiting areas such as caves, crevices, and rocky cliffs. Like most tarantulas, T. cubensis is…

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Understanding the Mentals of Triticum Vulgare

Triticum vulgare, or wheat, is the source material for this remedy. Specifically, it’s derived from the germ of the wheat plant. In our modern cuisines, wheat has infiltrated most recipes and dishes, dominating our plates. Yet, amidst the allure of fluffy loaves and pasta, lies the hazards of excessive wheat…

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Allergic Rhinitis- Remedy Differentiation

Allergic rhinitis is an inflammatory disorder of the nasal mucosa triggered by exposure to allergens such as pollen, dust mites, pet dander, or mold spores. The pathophysiology involves a complex interplay of immune cells, mediators, and inflammatory pathways. Chronic suppression of cold symptoms with anti-allergic medications, such as antihistamines or…

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Croup in children: A Homeopathic approach

Croup, characterized by a distinctive barking cough and difficulty breathing, is a common respiratory condition in children, often caused by viral infections such as the parainfluenza virus. This cough is tough to treat even with conventional treatments, but homeopathy works wonders even in the most difficult cases. Addressing not only…

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Utilizing Boger’s Synoptic Key in Repertory Analysis: A Deep Dive into Case Management and Remedy Selection

Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger, a renowned homeopath, has significantly contributed to the field of homeopathy through numerous writings and publications, enriching homeopathic literature. He revitalized the study of Dr. Boenninghausen’s works and revised the Boenninghausen therapeutic pocket book as the Boger Boenninghausen Characteristics & Repertory. He has also shared his…

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Utilizing BBCR in Repertory Analysis: A Deep Dive into Case Management

Boenninghausen’s Characteristics and Repertory (BBCR) is a valuable tool in the homeopathic repertoire, renowned for its systematic approach to repertorization and its emphasis on characteristic symptoms. Developed by Dr. Constantine Hering and further refined by Dr. Boenninghausen, this repertory organizes symptoms based on their reliability and specificity, offering a practical…

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The Role of Mother’s History in Homeopathy

Homeopathy case-taking can be as intricate as a puzzle or as simple as a piece of cake. This gentle art requires delicate manoeuvring through the life of the patient’s past and present. While some take hours of deep diving into the patient’s mind, some have a knack for knowing the…

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